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South African rugby’s blackballed coaches

Bevin Fortuin boasts a CV that should make top unions and franchises salivate at the prospect of having him on their books

It’s the end of rugby life as we know it

Super Rugby has lost the plot, but the 2019 World Cup will usher in a new global game

Cheetahs should take a payout and sit tight till 2019

"Amid all the talk of a Super Rugby restructure, no one is suggesting that New Zealand needs to shed a franchise"

Boks: Some choices are simple

Allister Coetzee faces all kinds of problems, and pressure, when he picks the new squad

Wheeling and dealing an answer for Cheetahs

The Cheetahs’ ingenious agreement with Toyota should wake Saru up to a new way of thinking.

Rugby: Cats with contrasting fortunes

The struggling Cheetahs have been tamed this season but the Lions have regained their roar.

Be surprised, be Super surprised

For many reasons, this season's Super Rugby will be more unpredictable than ever.

Spot the winner among the big four

The top teams have made it to the Currie Cup semifinals with the Lions showing their claws and Pollard giving the Bulls horns.

Heinrich manoeuvres take our breath away

Cheetahs players Brussow and Le Roux complement each other in a way that adds up to more than one plus one.

Cheetahs streak past Stormers

The Cheetahs have lifted themselves off the bottom of the overall points log, switching places with the Stormers.

The bookies have a Super-size problem this rugby season

Given the mixed performances, it's impossible to predict who the top six teams will be for Super Rugby, writes Andy Capostagno.

Brumbies edge Cheetahs to reach Super semifinals

Cheetahs flyhalf Riaan Smit hit the upright with a last minute conversion attempt to hand ACT Brumbies a 15-13 victory on Sunday.

Bulls beat Cheetahs in crucial derby

The Bulls cemented their local dominance in Super Rugby when they beat their closest rivals the Cheetahs 30-23 during the weekend's 16th round.

Cheetahs have a lot to chew on

There comes a time when promise has to be turned into achievement. That moment has arrived for Naka Drotske's Cheetahs.

Cheetahs skipper admits to ‘losing rhythm’ after defeat to Hurricanes

The Cheetahs lost their way, skipper Adriaan Strauss admitted, after their 39-34 defeat to the Hurricanes in Bloemfontein.

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